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JAMMU: To discuss recently announced land laws and J&K Domicile rules, the Civil Society for Good Governance (CSGG)- newly formed online group of former bureaucrats, police officers, technocrats, doctors, army veterans and businessmen, held a webinar on Thursday. Led by J S Sudan, Civil Society for Good Governance has 25 members.On the occasion, the CSGG members discussed new land laws and scrapping of earlier State Subject regime as a natural corollary of abrogation of Articles 35A & 370. Welcoming the new law, the group observed that there should be no reason for any fear to allow anybody to buy private land in J&K. “New laws will take away anybody’s land forcefully and property holders are free to take their own decisions. As such, there is no room for any concern. Moreover, there is adequate restriction on sale of agricultural land,” they asserted.The eminent members who spoke on the occasion included former CVC Kuldeep Khoda, former IGP Prem Gupta, J S Sudan, Dr Rajinder Singh, B B Magotra and K B Jandial.
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